Craig White craigwhite at azapple.com
Wed Jul 9 19:24:41 UTC 2008

On Wed, 2008-07-09 at 20:20 +0100, Anne Wilson wrote:
> On Wednesday 09 July 2008 19:16:57 Allen Meyers wrote:
> > I am new to both linux and fedora and I dearly love what I have experienced
> > thus far except for e-mail. Now because I receive a fair share and must
> > answer it would be nice to be able to do so from my linux program, but that
> > has eluded me thus far.
> > My DSL and e-mail provider is att yahoo and I get these nasty notes that I
> > am sending and receiving not within the scope of their SSL protocol. Would
> > they shut me down? I have not a clue. Is there anyone out there with a
> > viable option. Would I not experience the same thing with a fetch it
> > program of some sort.
> >
> Allen, somewhere on Yahoo's web pages there should be all the settings you 
> need to work with *any* mail client. If some toffee-nosed little b***** tells 
> you that they don't work with linux, it just shows that he doesn't know what 
> he's talking about.  The settings you need are exactly the same as for any 
> other client.
> One caveat - 'Check what the server supports' in the way of security is not 
> always accurate.  Hopefully the Yahoo page will tell you exactly how to set 
> it up.
> If you find the page but don't understand anything, give us the url for the 
> page and ask your question.  Don't forget to tell us which mail application 
> you have chosen - not because it wants something different, but because the 
> layout can be different, so it makes explanations easier.


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